The Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential program in Orientation & Mobility (O&M) qualifies graduates to teach individuals who are blind or visually impaired the skills needed to navigate the environment safely and efficiently. Orientation and Mobility specialists work individually with people of all ages from birth through adulthood. Depending upon the age of the learner, orientation & mobility specialists teach skills such as concept development; sensorimotor functioning; use of a long cane and remaining vision; and how to familiarize oneself to a new building or location. Additional skills involve independent travel in residential neighborhoods, shopping malls, and business areas; crossing streets safely, using public transportation, and essentially all skills needed to navigate the environment safely and efficiently. Instruction may take place outdoors and indoors - in home, school, and community settings. A two semester sequence of supervised clinical fieldwork and student teaching ensures that candidates are able to apply the knowledge and skills acquired through course content and assignments in a variety of orientation and mobility rehabilitation and school settings.